For a limited time only, Suzuki is offering great deals on their 2020 GSX-S750, GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F models! If you are in the market for a new bike this year, be sure to check out what Suzuki has to offer and to see if one of these machines are the right one for you…
We tested Suzuki’s GSX-S750 in 2017 and really liked it. The GSX-S750’s engine was based on the K5 GSX-R750 powerplant and replaced the GSR750, and had a brand new electronics package.
The GSX-S750 is the younger sibling of the GSX-S1000, and much of the design was drawn from the older sibling, but it’s not to say the 750 is any less of a bike.
It has good, manageable power – not too much, but plenty for when you need it – marginally cheaper to run than the GSX-S1000, lighter and certainly just about as fun. If you are in the market for a middleweight naked, the GSX-S750 has plenty of potential to make for a great daily ride or even a make a great machine for a casual Sunday ride.
You can now pick up the GSX-S750 for $12,290 R/A!
For the full review on the GSX-S750, click here.
One step up from Suzuki’s 750 is the GSX-S1000, a beefier version of it’s younger brother. We had a long term GSX-S1000 and we loved it. Check out our stories on that bike and the launch report here.
Powered by a modernised version of the same long-stroke engine that drove the legendary K5 GSX-R1000, tuned for the streets with a fatter and meatier bottom-to-mid whilst still retaining a stonking top-end, the in-line four-cylinder boasts 110kW power and 108Nm of torque. A back-torque-limiting clutch contributes to even smoother downshifts, through the highly praised slick six-speed gearbox.
High-end Brembo monobloc calipers are the same specification as those featured on the GSX-R1000R. The calipers each have four opposed 32mm pistons acting on a 310mm floating-mount disc for strong stopping power. The antilock braking system (ABS) helps the rider stay in directional control even during hard braking.
43mm KYB inverted front forks provide a sporty yet plush ride. Featuring fully adjustable compression and rebound damping as well as spring preload. A single KYB rear shock features adjustable rebound damping and spring preload.
A lightweight LCD instrument cluster provides a wealth of information to the rider. Readouts include speedometer, tachometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, gear position, coolant temperature, range, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, traction control, and a clock. The white backlight gives great night-time visibility and also features 6 different rpm display settings.
You can now pick up the GSX-S1000 for $15,790 R/A!
The sports touring brother of the GSX-S1000 is a great option for riders looking to mix comfort with sporty style. The bike hosts the powerful motor found in the GSX-S1000, the same motor that is derived from the successful K5 GSX-R1000 engine. Check out our review here.
Maximum output has been increased from the previous model’s 107kW (145ps) to 110kW (150ps) and maximum torque has also increased from 106Nm to 108Nm thanks to newly added crankcase ventilation holes which reduce pumping losses and comply with Euro 4 emissions regulations.
A back-torque-limiting clutch has been added to contribute to smoother downshifts and corner entry. The front brake hose has been updated for improved initial stopping performance and feeling.
The GSX-S1000F’s windshield has been updated from clear to smoke finish, whilst both models feature blacked-out footrests, gear levers, rear brake pedals and handlebar levers to compliment the GSX-S’ sinister styling.
You can now pick up the GSX-S1000F for $16,290 R/A.
For more information about the deals, click here to go to Suzuki’s website.